Wisdom from Within: A 4-Dimensional Approach to Persistent Pain
With Cristin Zaimes, DPT and Sage Wheeler, MEd
Cristin and Sage Wheeler are proud to present an online workshop for those suffering with persistent pain, with an emphasis on pelvic pain.
This online course uses updated pain science research to validate a comprehensive approach to pain management, as well as Dr. Gina Ogden’s 4-Dimensional Wheel. The 4-D Wheel is a template to explore new dimension of healing. The course provides an introduction to using the wheel as en experiential tool to re-wire the brain’s networks associated with pain.
We believe that combining these concepts can help people become empowered advocates for their own healing.
The course can be completed at your own pace and includes indefinite access to course materials and any updated content within the course.
*Please note pricing is shown in Canadian dollars. The course will be offered at $49.99CAD for a limited time.
Finding your Core and Pelvic Floor with Dr. Andrea Mulder PT, DPT, OCS
We are pleased to offer an online version of Andrea’s popular Beginner Pilates workshop via Teachables. This workshop is intended to give participants a grounding in the basics of Pilates concepts, including postures and terminology.
Teachables allows you to learn at your own pace, with unlimited access to course materials. Two versions are available, one includes video and additional worksheets, the other is a downloadable workbook.
Both can be found on our Teachables page.
Events, Workshops and Classes
Pelvic Floor Pilates
with Andrea Mulder
Wednesdays 8am and Fridays 12pm
Join Andrea for a class combining our expertise in pelvic floor and core rehabilitation with Stott Mat Pilates concepts.
*NOTE: Beginning January 14, 2019 class will move from Wednesday to Mondays at 8am.
Meet Our Staff
Meet our practitioners, and learn more about the expert care and support you can expect at OPT.
What to Expect at Your First Appointment
What should I bring? What should I wear? What even is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy? We get these questions a lot. Click below to learn more about what to expect at your first appointment and beyond.
Your Pelvic Floor
The pelvic floor is made up of a group of muscles that support your internal organs and function to help proper bladder, bowel, and sexual function. The Pelvic Floor is an important part of the “Core.” Click below to learn more about possible symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction and how our therapists can help.